Dealing with lament and celebration, this book focuses on the life and death of the poet's husband, coupled with the loss of her father. It confronts grief, depression and aging. It also includes other poems inspired by a variety of subjects, from Cornish history and landscape to time, weather, spiders and postal regulations.
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8000 identifiable languages Apres Un Reve Art of Vanishing Asda autumn Basho beautiful birds breather casting his dukedom China cloud commemorative hills Connecting House Cornwall dark daughter door draping its commemorative dream dukedom wide Eye-dog Falmouth Poetry Group Fear filth flood flowers Folding Bedroom forests garden gold golowjow green grief grows rich hanternos heart Here's imitate Inventing blue Inventing yellow January kiss koukow lakes leaf light lighthouses list of colours Lost Farms Lost Jews love the world maps marriage Master Town Miedo moon moredh mountains never night papynjays peach pearl PENELOPE SHUTTLE Peter Redgrove poem portrait rain rainbow Ravel Redgrove's Wife Rembrandt rich and re-decorates rivers Rosa saint September seraph shadow silence silver six-billionth baby skavell-groenek skaw sterenn sugar factory summer Tavosow Teag ew hydruk Tesco tikkidew tongue topaz Town of Lost tree waterfall Weltanschauung wept Wheal widow winter